baby shoe

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: shoe - a shoe designed to be worn by infantsbaby shoe - a shoe designed to be worn by infants
shoe - footwear shaped to fit the foot (below the ankle) with a flexible upper of leather or plastic and a sole and heel of heavier material
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Daughter Nancy told how her father kept her baby shoe in his helmet while fighting in World War Two.
The series is produced by Tridents Arts Digital in association with Baby Shoe Productions.
There are bits of string in a silver tin, a photograph or two, strands of hair tied with loving care, one little baby shoe. A battered toy that my baby boy, play's with no more, I keep all of these precious memories, with love in the bottom drawer.
The recurring image of shoes and the paths they tread is a powerful one, from the red shoes Anna outgrows to Reb's laceless boots and from the stout wooden-heeled shoes the Swallow Man wears to the tiny, beaded baby shoe he carries with him on their journey.
During the activity, the lawyers found interesting wastes such as baby shoe and TL 50 at the park.
Out of the 200,000 pet owners surveyed, some said their dogs had swallowed 110 tea lights, an industrial fisherman's glove, net curtains and a baby shoe.
It has also partnered with leather baby shoe manufacturer Daisy Roots.
Photographs of the artist's grandparents, a worn baby shoe, along with a telling statement--"my grandmother gave me sugar bread"--lend visual and emotional immediacy to the narrative.
In the third tent, a small display of objects had been identified and studied more closely: an assortment of rusty keys, the tiny sole of a baby shoe, a bullet shell, and a mysterious doll that brings voodoo rituals to mind.
The handles of the flatware are etched with such sayings as "open wide," "sweet pea," "butterfly kisses" and "cutie pie," and feature etched and embossed designs, as well as such whimsical items as an airplane, a baby shoe, a baby carriage or a choo-choo train on the very end.
Inspired by the fun and exuberance of children, Basha created the Baby Shoe, a range of addictively collectable gold-and-enamel charms which now come in almost any combination imaginable.
Victoria also kept the first baby shoes of her eldest son Prince Albert Edward, who became Edward VII.